Quebec

 

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Discover unique Quebec through the magic of Montreal and Quebec City, cosmopolitan centres with olde-world charm. Then cruise the mighty St. Lawrence River or drive alongside it, exploring every corner of this beautiful and historic province.

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Montreal

Weather Average

  • December - February
    -3° / -10° C
  • March - May
    1° / 9° C
  • June - August
    16° / 25° C
  • September - November
    6° / 14° C

Quebec City

Weather Average

  • December - February
    -13° / -5° C
  • March - May
    -1° / 8° C
  • June - August
    10° / 24° C
  • September - November
    4° / 12° C
 
  • Looking for the latest COVID-19 information and travel related restrictions? Click here to learn more. A mix of European culture and new-world cool, Montréal shines with creativity. Find inventive gastronomy (from Haitian griot to Breton kouign amann), iconic music (from Leonard Cohen to Arcade Fire), high-end fashion and the sophisticated charm of a trend-setting city. Whether it's the vibrant crimson red and golden yellow colours of fall or the offbeat sight of street art during the summer celebration of public murals, there’s always an artistic hum in this cosmopolitan city, from Mount Royal’s crest to the St. Lawrence River’s shore.

    Find inventive gastronomy (from Haitian griot to Breton kouign amann), iconic music (from Leonard Cohen to Arcade Fire), high-end fashion and the sophisticated charm of a trend-setting city.

    Montreal
  • Looking for the latest COVID-19 information and travel related restrictions? Click here to learn more. An enclave of French culture and history, wrapped within centuries-old fortifications, Québec City’s historic district is a UNESCO World Heritage Site of ramparts, churches, terrace restaurants and well-trod cobblestone streets. Yet its old-world authenticity co-exists with a thriving Indigenous culture and surrounding natural landscape that includes the monumental Montmorency Falls and bucolic Île d’Orléans. This bounty is celebrated in the warm-and-welcoming Québécois lifestyle and year-round festivities, from summertime music atop the Plains of Abraham to a frosty toast in the Hôtel de Glace.

    An enclave of French culture and history, wrapped within centuries-old fortifications, Québec City’s historic district is a UNESCO World Heritage.

What to do in Canada

 

What to do

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  • If you’re after an authentic Quebec experience, these are the foods you shouldn’t leave without trying.
    If you’re after an authentic Quebec experience, these are the foods you shouldn’t leave without trying.
    Quebec Maple Syrup
  • A big collection of small cities, towns, and villages nestled in nature, full of attractions and history.
    A big collection of small cities, towns, and villages nestled in nature, full of attractions and history.
    L’Abbaye de Saint-Benoit-Du-Lac
  • We’ve put together a little guide to help you discover your own outdoor adventure in Quebec.
    We’ve put together a little guide to help you discover your own outdoor adventure in Quebec.
    An ice canoe race
  • A safari and a hotel made of ice mix in with historical and natural wonders in Canada’s biggest province.
    A safari and a hotel made of ice mix in with historical and natural wonders in Canada’s biggest province.
    Quebec City's Petit Champlain District

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Itineraries
Don’t miss the iconic spots and hidden gems. No matter where you go in Quebec, there are amazing itinerary ideas for you to explore